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August 16, 2014 4:03 PM

Efforts advance to stabilize the schedules of part-time workers

Proponents say a “schedules that work” law would help part-time workers have more predictable shifts, making it easier to plan family activities and possibly hold a second part-time job. Opponents say the proposal ignores the variability of business staffing needs and is an unwanted government intrusion.

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